Obama’s “Economic Patriotism” is a “You Didn’t Build That” Redux

Vicki E. Alger

July 27 2014

What Obama should be saying about growing business and the economy.

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What if Government Cut Costs The Way We Do?

Vicki E. Alger

July 26 2014

New Gallup Poll has some good tips for big government.

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Paying Teachers More for Performance

Vicki E. Alger

July 25 2014

An idea that’s catching on.

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Bake Sale Backlash

Vicki E. Alger

July 25 2014

States fighting feds over new healthy snack regulations.

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Viewing the Economy through Rose-Colored Glasses

Patrice J. Lee

July 25 2014

POTUS makes big claims about strong economic indicators.

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$34 Billion in New Regulations under Wraps

Patrice J. Lee

July 25 2014

The Administration is delaying new environmental regulations until after the fall midterm elections.

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President Passive: What's Behind the Calm?

Charlotte Hays

July 25 2014

For President Obama, history isn't just one damned thing after another.

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Learning from Teach For America

Vicki E. Alger

July 24 2014

New report documents success of private teacher training.

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Undercover Agents Use Fake IDs to Access Obamacare Cash

Vicki E. Alger

July 24 2014

Verification is rife with "incompetence, waste and the potential for fraud."

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Conservative Feminists Flip the 'War on Women'

Lorena ONeil

July 24 2014

GOP Feminists Want Big Government to Stop Holding Women Back 

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Halbig: Why the Left's "Drafting Error" Shtick Is Laughable

Charlotte Hays

July 24 2014

One of the arguments from ObamaCare supporters is that the D.C. Appeals Court’s Halbig ruling addressed what was essentially a drafting error.

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Raising Children Better with Robot “Companions”

Vicki E. Alger

July 23 2014

New $10 million government project to help kids eat and behave well at home and in school.

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Hyperbole Alert: Soda Taxes a Matter of "Life or Death" in San Francisco

Julie Gunlock

July 23 2014

Soda: As Deadly As Gang Violence?

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The Danger of Alarmism About Sunscreen

Julie Gunlock

July 23 2014

Chemical fears trump fears of sun damage.

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President Obama's Unbearable Lightness of Being

Charlotte Hays

July 23 2014

If you don’t have time to read Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland today, you can get the same surreal effect by perusing President Obama’s remarks last night at a DNC fundraiser.

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White House Responds to Halbig

Patrice J. Lee

July 23 2014

Is defiance really the right tone?

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Halbig: An Even Bigger Deal than You Think

Charlotte Hays

July 23 2014

It is always a good idea to read a law before you pass it. Just saying...

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All Aboard Fundraiser One

Charlotte Hays

July 23 2014

There is always a "sprinkling of official events" on a president's fundraising jaunt. Guess why.

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Buyers’ Remorse at UCLA

Vicki E. Alger

July 23 2014

Students call Hillary Clinton’s $300,000 speech a waste of money.

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Are Students Really Embracing “Healthier” School Lunches?

Vicki E. Alger

July 22 2014

School administrators say so, but parents don’t buy that lunches are any better.

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Pimp My Shopping Cart—USDA Edition

Vicki E. Alger

July 22 2014

Nanny State Thinks Talking Shopping Carts Will Save Us from Ourselves

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There's a Demand For Junk Science

Julie Gunlock

July 22 2014

Regulators can't get enough of the stuff...

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Halbig Victory at Appeals Court

Hadley Heath

July 22 2014

A major blow against ObamaCare in the Courts - again.  This time, the case could affect how ObamaCare is implemented in 36 states.

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Study: Minimum Wage Hike May Prompt Thousands of Pink Slips

Patrice J. Lee

July 22 2014

San Francisco’s finance office predicts 15,000 jobs lost if the minimum wage rises to $15.00 per hour.

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Women Candidates: Gender Is a Plus

Patrice J. Lee

July 22 2014

Nearly two thirds of Americans feel the U.S. would be better governed with more women in charge.

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